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Lake Iris

Today,  I rec'd a letter from an unknown iris admirer.  Within the letter was an
article from a Wisconsin newspaper discussing open spaces and the addition of a
state acquistion of more than 1,500 more acres -- etc. etc...  the article
stated further - in part::  __there is a large proliferation of the standard
variety of threatened dwarf lake iris in the park and also some very rare white

In looking up the so-called Lake Iris I believe this _ rare_  plant to be the I.
Liacustris a subspecies of the crested iris Evansia.   

I plan to  be in  touch with this person as soon as posssible and keep those on
Iris-L posted if at all interested ..

Larry D.

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